The program had been scheduled to end Sept. 30, but the FHFA says more than 143,000 homeowners could still benefit from it
NAR’s chief economist says a recent decrease in mortgage rates is helping homebuyers with affordability concerns
Last week we talked to Brian Koss, executive vice president of Mortgage Network, about the industry’s growing frustration with the ever-expanding number of documents going into a typical mortgage application
A Florida mortgage broker has pleaded guilty in connection with a mortgage fraud scheme
Sales of new single-family homes fell in December, missing economists’ projections by more than 40,000 units – but yearly sales were still well above 2012
Attorney General Eric Holder says there are no banks too big to indict and no bank executives above prosecution
The Texas-based mortgage banker is opening branches in Shreveport and Baton ROuge
Lehman Brothers is dead, but that hasn’t stopped its creditors from looting the corpse.